Interesting musings (and the rest)

JavaScript Creativity

My book, JavaScript Creativity, was published by Apress in 2014. I used a mixture of various technologies from canvas and webgl through to video and web rtc, to explore the fun and crazy things that we can do on the web. Essentially it was my playground that I used to push the limits of the web.

Jeremy Keith summed it up nicely in the foreword as “a snapshot of the cutting edge of what’s possible in web browsers today”.

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Recent work

Authory 3rd December 2019

Authory makes tools for journalists. I've been helping them with their frontend, making sure it is as easy to work with as possible.

Saga 14th July 2017

I helped to develop Saga's rebranded homepage and various components for use across the organisation.

Vroomi 300Px 28th June 2017

My task with Vroomi was to prototype how an office environment would work in virtual reality. Using A-Frame and Vue.js I was able to iterate quickly and experiment with lots of ideas.

Lime Microsystems Fprf 2nd June 2017

I used Vue.js (with server side rendering) in 2017 to create a fast reliable website for viewing Lime Microsystems' multiple Ubuntu white-labelled app stores.

Elbi Logo 20th August 2016

Elbi hired me for two months to improve the campaign creation process for their admin and charity tools.

Test 30th June 2016

Cowdray is a large estate based in Midhurst, just down the road from me, so I was excited when Alex Stanhope from 247 Creative approached me to help develop their new website. It was a fully responsive redesign that needed to bring together all of the parts of the estate into a single cohesive website.

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In January 2016 I was looking for a fun project to start the year, FractalToy did not disappoint. I was hired to add WebVR (with Oculus Rift support) to their WebGL raycaster to explore 3D fractals in virtual reality.

Ecommerce Influence Logo 21st October 2015

In October 2015, I worked alongside the great team at Hinge Ltd to redesign Ecommerce Influence. This involved a full responsive design for their public facing blog as well as their private members area.